The Black Caps' middle order batsmen aren't concerned about the limited time they've spent at the crease during the pool stage of the Cricket World Cup.
With New Zealand chasing totals below 200 in their last four wins, the depth of their batting line-up is yet to receive a true test.
The batsman-wicketleeper, Luke Ronchi, has faced fewer than 40 balls in total so far in the tournament but says he's happy to let the top-order do the job.
"That's a good thing. If I'm not batting then we're doing really well so I'm not complaining at all," he said.
"I still hit them in the nets and enjoying that stuff and more than happy to sit on my bum for as long as I need to."
The Black Caps' final pool match is against Bangladesh tomorrow.